Theophilus London – Can’t Stop (Feat. Kanye West)


Former blog rapper now turned Kanye(!) collaborator Theophilus London indulges in a bit of champagne rap with a feature from the Louis Vuitton Don. Vibes is out November 4th

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Rating: 8.05486


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Diamond Eyes x StéLouse – Times Square


The latest collaboration for Denver-based producer StéLouse is hook heavy future pop of “Times Square” fronted by UK vocalist Diamond Eyes.

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Rating 8.3


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DOROTHY – Wicked Ones


DOROTHY, a new band out of L.A., merge a classic R&B melodic aesthetic to big hooky guitar riffing (a not unfamiliar pop music formula) for the raucous and jolting “Wicked Ones”.

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Attaque – Future Earth (Feat. Native Young)


Attaque is the modern pop project of techno DJ Dominic Gentry. The Native Young-featuring “Future Earth” inventively blends elements of relevant indie dance music with rich orchestral arrangements and a thematically broad sweep. Future Earth is out now.

Attaque england (Soundcloud)

Rating 8.1


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Cherry Glazerr – Nurse Ratched


L.A. Burger Records alums Cherry Glazerr release new 7″ today for Suicide Squeeze. The One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest-inspired “Nurse Ratched” is paired with “Had Ten Dollaz” on the 7-incher. Get into it.

Cherry Glazerr california (Facebook)

Rating 8.4


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14th – Sweet Lies


Favorites of site 14th are back today with new music in the form of the garage-tinged pop of “Sweet Lies”. Ahead of their time in 2011, with their R&B/UK Beats-infused sound, 14th pick right back up from where they left with the head-nodding but still visceral “Sweet Lies”.

14th england (Official) (Facebook)

Rating 8.1


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Review: Red Bull Sound Select Presents – Hanni El Khatib and Hindu Pirates @ Del Monte Speakeasy in Los Angeles 10/21/2014

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Review by Geovani Donaires

Red Bull Sound Select Presents hosted another of their monthly music showcases recently at the Del Monte Speakeasy in Venice, California. For those unfamiliar with Red Bull Sound Select, each year they organize monthly events across the country to promote emerging new artists. Last night, LA music enthusiasts made their way down the steps of the Del Monte venue to a crowded basement of fans waiting to rock out to Hanni El Khatib and to be (re)introduced to Hin Du.

Hin Du, formerly known as Hindu Pirates (for their fans who are unaware of the name change) quickly received love from the crowd who praised guitarist Giussepe LoBasso by chanting, “Gucci, Gucci, Gucci!” Hin Du reciprocated the love by interacting back with the crowd. I was able to catch up with the band after the show and was told their new album is almost complete. Hin Du is definitely a must checkout band.

The night was not completed until Hanni El Khatib blessed the stage. Fans braced themselves for loud amps of core a mosh pit as Hanni EL Khatib rocked the basement of Del Monte. El Khatib was no stranger to this venue as he stated in his performance “it’s been like, five years since I played here.” Fans were treated with a couple of new tracks that hopefully means the follow up to their 2013 record, Head in the Dirt is in the works. For his new track “Moonlight” Hanni El Khatib stepped down from the stage and began jamming with the crowd.

Red Bull Sound Select will continue to put on shows during the month of November as well, so be in the look out for more incredible events to come.

Photos by Koury Angelo / Red Bull Content Pool

Hanni El Khatib (Facebook)

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Interview with Kacy Hill

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Interview by Erin Feathers and Geovanni Donaires

L.A. based Kacy Hill stylishly announced her musical debut with the recent release of her sharp and lovely Electro track “Experience” which is a subtle, refreshingly lyrical repose that alluringly showcases Hill’s talent as a producer, vocalist and poet. Apropos to the title, “Experience” teeters on the edge of innocence and risqué. Hill’s interestingly provocative lyrics and whispery vocals are so flirtatiously opaque they exude that star quality of a finely-tuned balance between artistic virtue and that ever-so-inviting steamy seduction of the imagination. Immersed in wonderful understatement, the production includes some vivacious electronic instrumental accents such as a quietly percolating bass line, simple melodic cowbell and well-timed ending background vocal loop; all of which serve to complement Hill’s soft and raspy vocals, vastly poetic lyrics and passionate yet wily, overtly-feminine delivery.

“Experience” also features a brilliantly spartan accompanying music video which captures and showcases Hill’s natural beauty and inherent star quality with a repetitive array of close up images as she delicately sings the lyrics. The video is strikingly minimalist as well; it only reveal Hills very pretty face, with is gorgeous smathering of freckles, perfectly-imperfect teeth and luminescent blue eyes which are jauntily obscured by a transparent plastic 70’s visor that she dawns throughout much of the video. Hill, who embodies the timeless look of a vintage postcard pinup from yesteryear, is an absolute eye charmer and therefore mesmerizing in each and every frame of the video which, in all its quiet simplicity cleverly introduces the world’s senses to the very capable, talented and trend-setting Kacy Hill.

B3SCI: I think it’s awesome that as a caption on your Youtube channel you have “I make music you don’t know about.” So tell us, the Kacy Hill “Experience,” what is it and where do you see yourself going as you begin your journey in the music scene?

Kacy: I think for me, the whole Kacy Hill “Experience” has been really heavy in observing and figuring where I fit, both as an artist and a person with a whole bunch of feelings. As I’ve begun to discover myself a bit more, I’ve ended up laying a (really cool) foundation of music to work off of and hope to continue with that and put out honest music I would be excited to hear myself..

B3SCI: The lyrics for “Experience” are wonderfully vast and poetic. Can you briefly describe how they came about, what they mean to you, and if they are designed to send a specific message to the world? Tell us about the most important line (or statement) from the song, both for you personally and regarding others.

Kacy: I wrote “Experience” at a strange time in my life where I was working at an ice cream store, starting to regret my decision to opt out of university, and feeling super lost. Sitting down to write it was like a journal entry and I started writing about things I wanted to do and what was holding me back. Everything I crave caters to a feeling rather than a physical thing, so “Experience” revolves around being uncomfortable in the best way possible.

“Freedom a state of mind/sold to wandering eyes/substances controlled to protect the mind” comments a bit on society’s inability to function without mind-altering substances. I think there’s something really lovely in being able to be a human and be nervous and weird and be okay with it. Everyone wants to be sold a lifestyle but no one wants to honestly feel what it is to be consciously alive.

B3SCI: Are there any cool remixes in the works that we can be on the look out for? Do you have plans to collaborate with any artists, musicians or producers in the near future?

Kacy: We’ll see! I think there are going to be some really amazing sounds coming along soon.

B3SCI: Living in LA with so many bands and singers, do you find yourself comparing, getting inspired or wanting to collaborate with anyone?

Kacy: I like making music a whole lot so I always enjoy collaborations. It’s all inspiring! I don’t think one group or individual inspires me completely, but constantly working with new people and learning from them is very humbling and gets me super hyped to make cool stuff.

B3SCI: What do you think are some similarities as far as putting yourself out there as a model and now as a musician? What experiences did you take from modeling and how did you incorporate them to your music world? Expand upon how it has helped to form your artistic tone and aesthetic as either a model or singer-songwriter.

Kacy: I think with both modelling and music, there is little room to hide. I put a lot of myself into my writing and it ends up feeling like I’m reading my journal entry out loud. I think it’s a really interesting point of view being both the observer and being observed. Modeling is great and definitely helped me be conscious of the aesthetic that I present, but I never felt any connection to it, so I think having creative freedom and catharsis in music was a chance to breathe.

B3SCI: Did you have a musical upbringing? Was your family involved in shaping your career as a singer-songwriter? Do you play any instruments?

Kacy: I went to a funny little performing arts school growing up and played oboe and saxophone and sang in choir there for some years, so my musical background is all based in that chunk of classical knowledge.

B3SCI: You began your artistic career in your home town of Phoenix as an assistant to a wedding photographer who later helped to uncover your beauty by taking photos of you. Do you still have an interest in or enjoy being behind or in front of the camera? Any noteworthy perspective worth sharing?

Kacy: As I mentioned before, I enjoy being observed and being the observer. I think the juxtaposition of vulnerability between being a photographer and being photographed is really lovely and both positions forced me to focus on detail that I normally would not have.

B3SCI: Can you reflect on a life experience that has transformed you as an artist or give some advice to young people who (like yourself) want to explore different faces as an artist?

Kacy: The past year has been a lot of letting go of poisonous relationships with other people and thoughts I let brood in myself. Good feelings come from letting yourself feel good and with that in mind, I think as an artist and as a person it’s best to stay honest and do things that make you feel good.

B3SCI: Your nose is fabulously pierced in your cool new video for “Experience”. Did you already have the piercing or did you decide to take the plunge for the video?

Kacy: I’ve had this little guy in my nose for a while now! It was a product of boredom.

B3SCI: We’re hooking you up with a ride in the B3SCI time machine? Imagine if you could go anywhere in the past or present. What time period would you choose and what makes you want visit that particular reality?

Kacy: Ancient Greece vibes. I think their technology was far advanced than ours because they had the intellectual capacity to understand what they were creating.

B3SCI: When can fans get a chance to see Kacy hill perform live?

Kacy: tbd…

B3SCI: When can we expect your next single?

Kacy: Eeeee hopefully soon…

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J Tropic – Who U Are

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“Who U Are” is the third and final track from Duly Noted Records artist J Tropic’s debut “Love Up” EP. “Who U Are” rides a trendy break and varied instrumentation but really excels in the melodic writing department as the track’s phrasing hooks are like little tiny homing darts of tunefulness and excellence impossible to miss or resist.

J Tropic (Facebook)

Rating: 8.8


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Sego – False Currency


L.A. via Utah twosome Sego link up with Kitsune for real of new “Wicked Youth” and announce kinetic and inventive new single “False Currency”.

Sego (Facebook)

Rating 8.6


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